In this section, I will go over some of the popular graphic software used in Linux. Each graphic application will have it's own page with a description of its use and features and screenshots of the software in action.
- Gnome Screenshot is a utility used in the Gnome desktop environment that is used for taking screenshots. It is used for capturing the entire screen, a particular application window, or any other user defined area.
- Ksnip is a Qt-based cross-platform screenshot tool that provides many annotation features for your screenshots.
- Mate Screenshot is a MATE utility for taking screenshots of the entire screen, a window or an user-defined area of the screen, with optional border effects.
- Shutter is screenshot tool for Linux based operating system that is full of features. It allows you to take screenshot of a specific area of your screen, an active window, your entire screen, or even a website. It's comes packed with its own editor so that you can edit the photos immediately after you take a screenshot.
Image Compressor Tools
Image Markup Tool
- Annotator is an image markup tool for Linux users.
- Aliza MS DICOM Viewer is a medical imaging and DICOM viewer.
- Brightness Controller is a GUI (Graphical User Interface) application that allows you to control the brightness on your screen in Ubuntu and the Ubuntu derivatives.
- Gifcurry is the open-source video editor for GIF makers.
- PhotoPrint is a utility for printing your digital photos and images. It allows you to print one or multiple images on one page. Photoprint is an excellent solution for printing your photos because it is simple to use and has a lot of features.
- Peek is an animated GIF screen recorder tool for Linux. It allows you to screencast a specific area of your screen.